“There are 100 ways to be isolated,” said Paul College.
He and his wife, Beth, are part of MAF’s Member Care department.
They explain that for missionaries on the field, isolation can look like being the only Westerners in a place, which is what they experienced in Kalimantan, Indonesia, where they served with MAF as a pilot/mechanic […]
How one MAF staff member serves behind the scenes to keep the ministry running
“When I get a request from overseas, I try to make that the highest priority so they can keep on going,” said Darryl Cedergren, who handles MAF’s payroll, insurance programs, and cash management from MAF’s headquarters.
Darryl and his wife, Debbie, began their […]
Would you believe there’s an outdoor winter activity that’s fun for the whole family and supports Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) too?!
On Tuesday night, January 26, 2021, Treasure Valley residents can bundle up for ice skating at Indian Creek Plaza in downtown Caldwell. A portion of admission proceeds will benefit MAF. The more people that purchase […]
What happens when death and despair collide with everlasting hope
It was May 11, and the first day of a planned staycation for MAF president David Holsten. He and his family were hiking when he got the call: Joyce Lin’s airplane had gone down in Lake Sentani.
In his earlier MAF years as a chief pilot in […]
How your generosity brought hope amidst devastation in Central America
“We were blessed to serve those suffering from extensive wind damage, flooding, and landslides that affected hundreds of thousands of people. Homes were gone, crops destroyed, and livelihoods lost in many areas,” said John Woodberry, Mission Aviation Fellowship’s director of global disaster response.
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How people like you are helping the gospel reach the ends of the earth
An MAF airplane at the ends of the earth, Lesotho. Photo by Grant Strugnell.
“Lord, thank You for the opportunity to be involved with MAF in making a difference in the world…. In Christ’s name, Amen.”
In one short prayer, Dr. Gary […]